Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

All of our goats are tested for CAE, CL and Johne's and ADGA registered.

As a small, family farm, temperament is *the* trait we breed to foremost. Next are milk production, confirmation and beauty. We admit it, we love to see beautiful, healthy goats grazing in their pasture!


We typically plan our kidding for early spring and late summer. You can see our for sale page for available goats as well as our kidding schedule to secure a reservation for an upcoming kidding.


Breeding Stock

Each of our breeding does and bucks are carefully selected for the best genes and combinations of genes available. You can see pictures, videos, lineage and notes about each of our goats on their individual pages. 

In the last few years, we have brought in some fantastic genetics both on the show/milk side as well as the flashy gorgeous side of things. Our favorite addition to the herd has been the polled gene. Polled means that a goat will naturally not grow horns. It is a dominant gene so approximately half of the kids born to a polled parent will be without horns. We like those odds!


Upcoming Kiddings
All of our 2019  babies have been born and are in their new homes! Follow us on Instagram or Facebook to receive updates when our kidding schedule is posted.


2020 is going to be an amazing year for us and we are so excited. We have babies due every month until June! Contact us to get on the waitlist or complete this form to start your reservation. While a reservation is not required, it does "save your place in line" to pick your kid(s), so we do suggest that serious buyers place a deposit 


The Wether Report       

A wethered goat is a male who has been castrated. These are the boys who didn't make the cut for breeding bucks. Wethered goats make excellent pets, weed eaters or companions for other herd animals like horses.


Wethers are our most popular goats and usually sell out fast. We do take reservations on wethers however we never know if we will have any available in a kidding. Contact us for more information.

Please note that goats are herd animals and cannot be alone, they must have at least one other goat in their herd. While there are always exceptions to a rule, we will not sell a single goat to a home that does not already have goats. 

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